The Honors Program at Miami University is a community composed of bright, highly-motivated students looking to push themselves as intellectuals and individuals; outstanding alumni who are making a difference around the world; exemplary faculty who have a passion for teaching, mentoring and advising; and a dedicated staff whose mission is the success of the program.

On this site, you will find Miami Students' Honors Thesis, because honors students come from a wide range of majors -spanning most departments of the university- major honors projects or theses will necessarily vary greatly. In many cases, students are able to expand on projects from coursework, independent studies, internships or other undergraduate research experiences and develop those into their honors thesis or major project.

Recent Submissions

  • Comparative Education Tier 3 Reflection 

    Banchefsky, Jessica (2013-05-29)
    The Comparative Education Tier 3 Reflection details the educational experience of students of the middle school age in various areas of Southwest Ohio as well as Europe. Specifically, conclusions are drawn based on research ...
  • It will all fit 

    Trout, Evan (2013-05-24)
    A collection of poetry that explores the different moods of life, framed by five sections, each introduced by a stanza from a work describing life as a free verse poem written by God.
  • Ghana Design and Build Studio 

    Dalga, Julie (2013-05-24)
    In the summer of 2012 I, along with 15 other design students and our professor, travelled to Ghana Africa for a 6 week experience. We spent the first two weeks traveling the country and learning about the culture. The ...
  • Sensory Reduction 

    Bayer, Molly; Gallagher, Patrick; Trapp, Christian; Richani, Chris; Calori, Devin (2013-05-20)
    The purpose of the design project was to examine the methodologies involved in the development of a design solution to a given problem. Students worked in teams of five and worked with a client to consultatively identify ...
  • Measuring heart rate variability: a comparison of devices 

    Krekeler, Brittany (2013-04-30)
    Conducted by the Dysphagia Research Lab, Department of Speech Language Pathology. Proposed research is required to provide a comparison on the accuracy and efficiency of heart rate measurement devices. Results will allow ...